Side Dishes List
Syrian Cooking by Ghinwa Alameen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
|Written by Ghinwa Alameen|
|Wednesday, 24 February 2010 01:09|
Burgul (or bulgur in Greek) is a famous side dish that substitutes rice in many Syrian meals. It has a light nutty flavor and is high in fiber and vitamins. It is the perfect match for tomato stew, mujadara, and yogurt dishes.
|Last Updated on Monday, 23 April 2012 21:30|
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» Kibbeh bil sanieh (Kibbeh Pie)
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» Red Burgul Pilaf
The rich nutty flavor of burgul is combined with the freshness of tomatoes and peppers to cook this easy and yummy dish. Meat is optional.
A staple Syrian dish, very versatile that people eat it fried, roasted, grilled, cooked in different sauces or even raw.This recipe is for the basic Kibbeh dough. Click on the links for specific kibbeh recipes.
» Mujadara (Lentil pilaf)
Simplicity at its best! Lentil and burgul cooked and garnished with crunchy onion. Mujadara is a very old vegetarian dish. Traditionally, many Syrians used to have it in big gatherings especially in public hammams (baths).